Predict Job Performance with Abstract Reasoning Skills Assessment
Are you looking for someone with exceptional organisational skills who can think on their feet?
Abstract logical reasoning skills assessments provide reliable insights into a candidate's abilities, including:
- Recognising similarities and differences in concepts and details
- Ability to identify trends and patterns in data
- Recognising how concepts relate to one another and how they fit into a broader concept
- Integrating information to accurately solve problems and create new systems
Abstract Logical Reasoning is a cognitive ability test used in employment that measures a candidates ability to understand the interrelationship between concepts. Abstract logical thinkers can combine many ideas under a higher level, "big picture."
When you need a candidate who can take conceptual ideas and transfer them into real-world solutions, or spot new trends as they emerge, you need a strong conceptual thinker. Conceptual thinkers are great at planning, organisation, delegating and creating systems.
Such skills are in high demand and required for system analysts, event planners and project managers.
Abstract reasoning tests help recruiters screen candidates during the employment process, who can look into the finer details while keeping the bigger picture in mind.
FinxS Reasoning Reports
- Visualise the percentage of questions answered correctly.
- Dig deeper into the results and analyse a person's speed vs accuracy. Is it more consequential to hire a candidate who can perform under pressure or who takes the time to correctly analyse information?
- Compare a person's scores to a benchmark to help predict job performance.
Benchmarks and Job Performance
Analyse candidates against a chosen comparison group. Compare results at an organisational, country and global level to provide additional meaning to the results.
Quantify the attributes of your high performing employees to hire candidates fit for the job role every time!
Reasoning Analyses have a 0.51 correlation to predicting job success. In comparison, interviews correlate 0.18, references 0.36, and years of experience 0.18.